The end of the Outer Range season confirmed the ideas, answered some questions, and suggested many more. In just eight episodes, Outer Range managed to create a mystery that was complex enough to express ideas and inspire viewers. Behind the western setting was the story of the time travel with the details of supernatural powers.
Throughout season 1 of the Outer Range, the discussion about the show revolved around how the Void time travel works and who Autumn really was. At the end of season 1 of the Outer Range, those discussions proved to be legitimate. Contrary to what sometimes happens with other stories based on secret boxes, all indicators set by the Outer Range are paid in some way at the end.
Like the rest of the ending, the Outer Range was supposed to have a significant moment. In this case, it was a conflict between Royal and Autumn. The end of the season also revealed who Autumn really was in the mood that explained more about the most important character of Outer Range, as well as Royal, who was also portrayed as a time visitor. In addition, the end of the Outer Range season also provided an answer to what happened to Rebecca and said that there was more to her story.
Confirming one of Outer Range’s greatest theories, Autumn has been proven to be Amy from the future. A few elements have already suggested that this was the case, such as the similarity in appearance and Autumn’s interest in the Abbott and Perry family. The way Autumn spoke to Royal as if she had known him for a long time also supports that view. The strongest evidence that Autumne was Amy from the future was a scar on her forehead, the exact same mark that Amy found at the end of Outer Range episode 6.
At one point, Amy learned about Void’s history and its ability to navigate through time. However, unlike Royal, she actually had a sense of time and began to almost serve Void. She also learned the truth about the character of Josh Brolin being a temporary traveler and eventually went back to disrupt how her grandfather, in a way, protected Void from external influences. Royal now knows that Autumn is his grandson and has brought him home to heal her injuries.
After experiencing much in the Outer Range season 1, including not finding out what happened to Rebecca and being charged with murder, Perry found in Void his only hope. Encouraged by his father’s story, he jumped into a ditch, dreaming of a better life. Considering Void has already been used to navigate both the future (Royal story) and the past (the Autumn / Amy story), Perry could be at any time in history.
Throughout Outer Range season 1, a few non-native animals, as well as others that appear to be prehistoric, appear to have originated in the city. Now, it became clear that they were coming from Void. This means that the animals came from different times in history and probably fell into a pit while traveling during their early times. That explains why there were so many at the end of the episode, as Void served as a link between various points in history to this day.
Autumn’s plans were not fully disclosed at the end of the Outer Range season, but it became clear that she saw Royal as a threat to using Void’s timeline. Autumn knew that Royal himself was a time traveler but he also denied and despised Void and everything connected with it. Royal made sure that no one else had access to that site, and there was a risk that he would cause Void to be shut down somehow.
Another possibility is that the fact that Royal was a traveler who did not return to his original time caused some kind of discrepancy in the timeline – such as the disappearance of the mountain – and that Autumn believes it needed to end it in order to maintain the integrity of time. and space. In any case, Autumn had judged Royal as a threat from the start — both for her and for her travel plans. Obviously Killing Royal is not the last game of Autumn, but the character played by Josh Brolin was an obstacle in her path.
One of the great mysteries of the Outer Range since the beginning of the series is what happened to Rebecca, Perry’s wife. However, it wasn’t until Autumn started talking about Rebecca that it became clear that Amy’s mother’s disappearance was somehow linked to Void’s mystery and the passage of time.
It turned out that Rebecca was very active, and the end of the Outer Range season showed that she was working with Autumn – her daughter’s future version. It was Rebecca who was the secret benefactor of Autumn, and it can be assumed that at least during Autumn was in town, Rebecca was also nearby.
However, it is not yet clear whether she was hidden near the Abbotts all this time or whether Rebecca had also been away for some time. It is also a mystery whether Autumn began communicating with her mother or it was Rebecca who put her daughter in that role. Whatever the case, Rebecca is now finally dating Amy. Considering that Rebecca had secretly assisted with the Autumn program, it is possible that she would now remove Amy from the Abbotts and begin telling her the secrets of the time travel.
Unlike other time shows such as Lost, Outer Range can serve as a one-off event. However, there are enough cliffhangers and unanswered questions raised in the finals to support the possibility of the Outer Range season 2. Perry’s biggest fate – he last appeared to jump in the hole. What season does Perry go to, what does he finds there, and that he will return home with some of the news that season 2 of the Prime Video show may begin?
Another big cliffhanger that needs to be paid for is what happened to the current Amy after what was shown at the Outer Range season finals. It is well-known that, at some point, it becomes the autumn that has been the focus of the Outer Range for so long. However, how she really grows to become this type of tourism educator is a mystery to the Outer Range season 2 in which I sank.